The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt’s next-gen update includes a strange Easter egg related to Cyberpunk 2077’s biggest mystery.
YouTuber xLetalis, who discovered nearly every hidden Easter egg and secret in The Witcher 3, posted a new video It outlines how to unravel the mystery and how it relates to the secrets of Cyberpunk 2077 that still haunt players more than two years after the game’s launch.
Known as FF:06:B5, this mystery revolves around a complex set of numbers that appear in the cyberpunk Night City. This particular number begins with being seen on a statue worshiped by monks, and then leads to several other numbers hidden throughout the city.
CD Projekt Red expanded the quest to continents as it sees Geralt teleport to a mysterious ruin that hosts more strange codes, as new to The Witcher 3 It seems that.
By visiting the southeast of Velen, which previously hosted the Ursine Witcher Armor, players can visit three small ruins and find a switch in each wall. A portal opens at the top, teleporting Geralt to the top of another tower.
After falling further and further down, the player finds himself in a room full of immortal ghosts. More spawn as you head deeper into the ruins, but there are also two crystals in the final room that, when activated by Ard’s sign, open a huge portal in the floor.
It is in this room that the symbol (above) is affixed to the wall, and the letters around it, when translated, present another set of seemingly random letters: FF, VQ, BZ, KW, GB, FP, OVE, YAR. This may just be a random inclusion, but the symbols themselves match those found on Cyberpunk 2077 statues.
CD Projekt Red’s Paweł Sasko, who was the quest director for Cyberpunk 2077, confirmed that there is actually a solution to the mystery that players have yet to find. Whether or not Egg is more or less confusing remains to be seen.
The next-gen update arrived on December 14th and brought a wealth of new features to the 2015 game, including an upgraded combat system, brand-new missions, and armor sets based on other Witcher content.
However, booting is not without problems, as many PC users have reported serious problems and CD Projekt Red is currently investigating.
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